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  • BROADWAY REVIEW: Audience subscribes to 'Newsies' charms

    BROADWAY REVIEW: Audience subscribes to 'Newsies' charms
    NEW YORK —There is something uniquely appealing, entertainment history reveals, about urban urchins in cloth caps, be they Parisian waifs, London pickpockets or unflaggingly optimistic New York orphans. If they sing and dance and have lost a parent or two, all the better. And if they sell newspapers for a living? Then they become fresher-faced and more empathetic versions of the archetypal ink-stained wretch, battered as these boys are between the mean streets and the selfish scoops of their mercurial bosses, obsessed, then and now, with their declining circulation.
  • Big shows coming to new venue

    Big shows coming to new venue
    Long runs of two long-awaited shows - Baltimore's first engagement of Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera and the Mid-Atlantic premiere of Disney's The Lion King - will highlight a musical-laden 2004-2005 subscription season at the Hippodrome...

    Golden Globe noms: Upsets, shoo-ins and favorite sons

    Golden Globe noms: Upsets, shoo-ins and favorite sons
    Don't let anyone tell you that this year's awards season is anything but a nail-biter. The week began with the nation's top critics groups dividing their love basically between the Coen brothers' "No Country for Old Men" and Paul Thomas Anderson's "There...

    2011 year in review: Top arts and culture stories

     
    "Art in the Streets" at L.A.'s Museum of Contemporary Art and the National Sept. 11 Memorial were among the top arts stories of 2011.

    Athena Film Festival, celebrating women, announces its lineup

     
    The Athena Film Festival, described as a "celebration of women and leadership,” announced its lineup.